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Montenegro Elects A President

Voters in the tiny Balkan nation of Montenegro went to the polls on April 7 to elect a president. The country's 512,000 voters are expected to choose incumbent Filip Vujanovic over former Foreign Minister Miodrag Lekic. Turnout is expected to dip as low as 40 percent, with many Montenegrins citing frustration with the country's protracted economic woes.

A combo photo shows President Filip Vujanovic (left) and opposition candidate Miodrag Lekic as they cast their votes in the capital, Podgorica.
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A combo photo shows President Filip Vujanovic (left) and opposition candidate Miodrag Lekic as they cast their votes in the capital, Podgorica.

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